Victoria Anucha, Talia Rose Barton, Dawson Batchelder, Isabelle Beauchamp, Fiona Beswick, Daniela Bologna, Ines Bu, Siyeh Sophia Chung, Wyatt Coe, Layton Davis, Natasha Fenga, Austin Fenn, Yvette Fu, Owen Gavis, Emily Contreras Gómez, Elena Gutierrez / elena xo, Eric Hart Jr., Kala Herh, Abbigail Hong, Wyatt Humphreys, Rhianydd Hylton, Emma Kaufman, Daniel Kyungjun Kim, Ted Taekeun Kim, Modupe Lamikanra, Jiaqi Liu, LYLA, Devan Marz, Tatiana Maxwell, Fallon McDonald, Amber McKenzie, Alex Montgomery, Christiana Nelson, Yi Pan, Zayira Ray, Finnegan Schneider, Natasha Irina Segebre, Juliana Spitz, Camilla Szabo, Momo Takahashi, Ivo Thomas, Jeff Thomas, Sophie Yewell, Jean Zamora, Judy Zhang
The projects range from portraiture and documentaries to conceptual and experimental photo-based works. They address issues of gentrification, identity, memory, cultural heritage, loss, body image, alienation, visuality, labor, and much more.
The Department of Photography and Imaging (DPI) at Tisch School of the Arts at New York University is a four-year B.F.A. program situated in New York City. Centered on the making and understanding of images, DPI offers students both the intensive focus of an arts curriculum with a grounding in the liberal arts. We embrace multiple perspectives, and our majors work in virtually all modes of analog and digital photo-based image making, multimedia, new media, and post-photographic 3D simulation technologies. The studio work is accompanied by a wide-ranging critical studies curriculum. Our alums have gone on to work in a wide variety of creative fields. They are artists, documentary makers, journalists, fashion and editorial photographers, film makers, cinematographers, educators, writers, activists, craftspeople, coders, web designers, art directors, graphic designers, book designers and publishers, art historians, curators, art dealers, arts administrators, archivists, and more.
Like all the departments at Tisch, our students come from all over the world with different outlooks and desires. We embrace those differences, and we are proud that there is no single defining look to our student work. We foster personal vision and offer a curriculum that is demanding but allows students the flexibility to take advantage of courses throughout the university. We want DPI to be a site of invention where our students are encouraged to think and see as well as engage with and understand the power of visual culture. We believe in the power of photography to celebrate diversity and intersectionality, and to address racism, gender discrimination and all forms of intolerance.
New York University Tisch School of the Arts Department of Photography & Imaging BFA Thesis Exhibition
Featuring: Various Artists
Curated by: Adam Ryder
LocationsView Location Details Download a detailed map of this location Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
1 Water St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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The Power of Photographic Storytelling
Storytelling, identity, prejudice, family, friends, community, intersectionality, activism, and finding freedom through creativity are some of the topics addressed in the photographic projects of the 2020 NYU Tisch Future Imagemakers. They will discuss their work, and how photo-based image-making has empowered them to speak up for social justice.Learn More